Crossed Genres Year One is released!

January 31, 2010

News & Announcements

Crossed Genres is immensely proud to announce the official release of our first yearly anthology, Crossed Genres Year One!

CGY1 is a collection of stories selected by the editors – one from each of the first twelve issues.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
01 (SciFi & Fantasy) – The Time of Tales by C.L. Rossman
02 (Dystopian) – Back To the Beginning by Marilou Goodwin
03 (Romance) – A Crazy Kind of Love by Jeremy Zimmerman
04 (Crime) – The Near-Sighted Sentinel by Adam King
05 (Humor) – Condiment Wars by Jill Afzelius
06 (Western) – Red Dust by Amanda Lord
07 (Urban) – Deacon Carter’s Last Dime by Nathan Crowder
08 (Anthropomorphism) – The Strangler Fig by Jennifer D. Munro
09 (Alternate History) – The Bat And the Blitz by Erika Tracy
10 (Child Fiction) – The Good Old-Fashioned Kind of Water by Camille Alexa
11 (Horror) – The Drain by M. Palmer
12 (LGBTQ) – Cold by Melissa S. Green

The beautiful cover art is titled “Broomstick Aviation” and was provided by Nicc Balce.

“From lovers whose needs suck away others’ life forces to the foibles of superheroes past their prime, Crossed Genres makes a tasty break from ordinary speculative fiction. This twisted group of stories both inflames and amuses. At ten bucks a pop, it is hard not to recommend its purchase.”
- Tangent Online

Crossed Genres Year One is available in print from Amazon and Createspace for $9.99. It’s also available as an ebook for download directly from us for just $3.99.

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